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Singapore Telecommunications Ltd (STEL.SI)

STEL.SI on Stock Exchange of Singapore

3.04SGD
14 Dec 2018
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About

Singapore Telecommunications Limited is a communications company. The Company is engaged in the operation and provision of telecommunications systems and services, and investment holding. In addition, it offers Internet services and also holds frequency spectrum and license rights to install, operate and maintain mobile... (more)

Overall

Beta: 0.98
Market Cap(Mil.): $60,091.09
Shares Outstanding(Mil.): 16,329.10
Dividend: 0.11
Yield (%): 4.76

Financials

  STEL.SI Industry Sector
P/E (TTM): 15.69 21.28 27.47
EPS (TTM): 0.23 -- --
ROI: 9.73 23.77 20.57
ROE: 14.01 26.99 23.77

UPDATE 1-Singtel Q2 underlying net profit drops 22 pct

SINGAPORE, Nov 8 Singapore Telecommunications Ltd on Thursday reported underlying net profit fell 22 percent in the second quarter, hit by lower contributions from some of its regional associates and a stronger Singapore dollar.

08 Nov 2018

Singtel Q2 underlying net profit drops 22 pct

SINGAPORE, Nov 8 Singapore Telecommunications Ltd on Thursday reported its underlying net profit fell 22 percent in the second-quarter, hit by lower contributions from some of its regional associates and a stronger Singapore dollar.

07 Nov 2018

UPDATE 2-Regional competition takes bite out of Singtel's Q1 profit

* Keeps full-year outlook (Adds executive comments from conference)

08 Aug 2018

Singtel's Q1 profit drops 6.6 pct on competition, forex

SINGAPORE, Aug 8 Singapore Telecommunications reported a 6.6 percent fall in its first-quarter profit, in part due to intense competition in some of its markets and adverse currency movements.

08 Aug 2018

SE Asia Stocks-Philippines sheds over 1 pct; others wary before U.S. tariff deadline

* Philippines snaps 4-day rally, sees worst day in a week Singapore rises for second straight day By Sumeet Gaikwad July 5 Philippine shares fell more than 1 percent on Thursday after the country's June inflation hit an over five-year high, while other markets in the region were subdued on caution ahead of Friday's deadline for further U.S. tariffs on Chinese goods. The Philippine consumer price index stood at 5.2 percent in June, above the 4.8 percent forecast in a

05 Jul 2018

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